Wireless networks

Covert Channels and Anonymous Communication in Ad-hoc Networks

Ad-hoc wireless networks distinguish themselves from their traditional wired counterparts by three unique characteristics: mobility, lack of infrastructure, and shared wireless channel. These properties have gained popularity in various military and civilian applications, but have also introduced challenging problems in terms of

Capacity Results for Wireless Networks: Effects of Correlation, Cooperation and Interference

Wireless communications has gained great popularity over the past decades. The wireless medium has many unique characteristics, which create new challenges as well as new opportunities in the communication problem. This thesis is devoted to the study of the ultimate performance limits

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